Join us for an evening of curated stories at the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art.
Women from diverse disciplines and backgrounds will tell true stories of their working lives. Featuring Martha Castillo, Nubia Peña, Ann Pack, Cathy Tshilombo-Lokemba, Samira Harnish, & Dr. Kristen Ries.
The theme of our show complements "Work in Progress," a collaborative traveling exhibit currently on display at UMOCA that celebrates women who are catalysts for change.
6pm Reception. 7pm Stories. 21+ event.
Delectable vegetarian & vegan appetizers from Olives & Thyme and Mama Africa will be served. All proceeds from cash bar will go to support UMOCA.
$36 Tickets // General Admission Seating. Includes museum admission, so come early and enjoy the exhibits upstairs if you like.
Fish Needs a Bicycle (which our event is a part of) is UMOCA’s fall/winter programming series which expands on the museum’s current exhibition goals of promoting the work of women artists and highlighting gender inequality in a variety of ways. Via film, storytelling, panel talks and lectures Fish Needs a Bicycle explores nuanced corners of equality and feminism and celebrates uplifting examples of women who have succeeded despite dominant cultural pressures.
Learn more about Fish Needs a Bicycle at utahmoca.org/fish
Learn more about Work in Progress at utahmoca.org/portfolio/work-in-progress